Ludwigsburg Festival 2021 - Innovative Formats and Digital Stage
[This text has been translated electronically.] The Ludwigsburg Festival has launched its advance ticket sales for the 2021 season with seven program highlights and launched a redesigned website with a Digital Stage. The upcoming season, which covers the period from May 6 to July 11, 2021, will also feature new digital and hybrid event formats. Advance tickets for the full programme will go on sale in March 2021.
Tickets can be booked at the Festival ticket office, by phone (+49 (0)7141 939 636), by email or online . Tickets are also available from the Easy Ticket Hotline +49 (0)711 2 55 55 55 and the Easy Ticket Webshop. Due to the pandemic, it is recommended to order tickets by phone, in writing or online.
The Ludwigsburg Festival as subscription and gift
The ticket office offers vouchers of any value. As before, the Wahl-Abo with a ten percent discount includes tickets for at least three events of your choice. In addition, a mouth-nose cover in the design of the Ludwigsburg Festival can be purchased at half price. The order will be festively packaged in the Festival design. Vouchers can be ordered through the ticket office and online.
Seven Programme Highlights - Conductors Oksana Lyniv, Barbara Hannigan and Alondra de la Parra
The programme of the 2021 Festival will include the opening concert on 6 May, the Fest Spiel Ouvertüre, Igor Stravinsky' s epochal work »Le Sacre du Printemps« will be performed in two interpretations: Israel Galván condenses it to its essence in its choreography and dances the percussion itself. Opposite him Pina Bausch's »Sacre«. This co-production was developed on the initiative of the Pina Bausch Foundation with 28 dancers from 14 African countries and will receive its German premiere in Ludwigsburg. The third evening of dance »The Day« is another co-production of the Ludwigsburg Festival. The choreographer Lucinda Childs created the work, which deals with the existential question of the most important day in life in memory of 9/11, together with the composer David Lang, the cellist Maya Beiser and the dancer Wendy Whelan. The Baroque work, which has fallen into oblivion and has been rediscovered by the Cappella Mediterranea . »Il diluvio universale« will be performed under the direction of Leonardo García Alarcón at the Forum am Schlosspark. Barbara Hannigan devotes herself to the double evening »chiaroscuro« together with the Festival Orchestra to the interplay of light and shadow - the soprano will also conduct the evening's music and will also be a guest artist in residence in Ludwigsburg for a week. Instead of just a single edition of the legendary Klassik Open Air, in 2021 from 9 to 11 July an entire weekend will be dedicated to the Monrepos Open Air will take place under the musical direction of Alondra de la Parra , in order to be able to meet the great demand even under pandemic conditions: It begins with a first concert the night before, can be experienced on Saturday evening with the fireworks as the highlight, and is repeated as a family concert on Sunday afternoon.
New Website and Digital Stage
What was begun in the blog »Resonanzraum« in the spring of 2020 will be continued by our new website: supplementing the analogue Ludwigsburg Festival that can be experienced physically, it will accompany the festival programme and the personal encounters and provide access to an even wider circle of interested parties. Digital formats, livestreamings and specially designed additional projects will make their appearance on a Digital Stage experience.